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Jallikattu row: Centre assures AIADMK of judiciary justice

ANI News Wednesday, 11 January 2017
*New Delhi [India], Jan. 11 (ANI): With the chorus growing louder by the day for conducting the bull taming sport Jallikattu, the Centre today assured the visiting delegation of AIADMK leaders that the Supreme Court will do justice and give a decision that will allow the festival to be celebrated as per tradition.*
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News video: SC agrees to hold judgment for week on Jallikattu row

SC agrees to hold judgment for week on Jallikattu row 01:37

New Delhi, Jan 20 (ANI): While the protests in Tamil Nadu against the ban on traditional bull taming sport Jallikattu is strengthening everyday, the Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hold their judgment for a week in order to avoid further unrest in the state. Attorney General of India Mukul Rohatgi...

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